Anna from All about the balance writing a FODMAP guest blog recipe.
Flapjacks are pretty easy homemade treats and are perfect for those of us that lead busy lives. I like to make mine on a Sunday afternoon and they're the perfect snack for me a work to keep me going throughout the week. I wanted to share this recipe with you as it's really easy, it's … Continue reading Easy Peasy Flapjacks
I wanted to start sharing with you all some of my favourite things I use day to day. Some items are just for fun, some help me in my daily struggles with IBS. This month I am loving these three things... Avoin Stainless Steel water bottle Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!! It's so important to stay hydrated, … Continue reading A few of my favourite things
With the weather getting hotter this definitely calls for some nice-cream - my new favourite thing! I've seen lots of posts for nice-cream (banana ice-cream, vegan ice-cream) around, so I decided to give it a go myself and get creative. The base is frozen bananas, which when frozen gives a lovely texture and flavour. I … Continue reading I scream, you scream, we all scream for nice-cream!
I'm not going to lie, everytime I've made these they have lasted less than 24 hours in our household - they are such a hit! Like most recipes on my blog, these are super easy to make. You don't even require a food processor, I simply mix the ingredients together with a wooden spoon and … Continue reading Peanut Butter and Chocolate Slices
There are lots of bliss ball recipes out there, however most of them contain dates binding them together which are high in FODMAPs. I've come up with this bliss ball recipe which is low in FODMAPs (providing you don't have to many at once as they contain ground almonds). I often pack them up and … Continue reading Chocolate orange bliss balls